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New America Media quotes CJCJ's Nisha Ajmani on the ineffectiveness of mental health treatment for youth in detention for whom detention is often re-traumatizing.
The Santa Clara County district attorney has made a habit of charging 14-,15- and 16-year-olds as adults. Why?
When a prosecutor wants to try a youth as an adult, defense attorneys reach out to Nisha Ajmani, program manager for CJCJ’s Sentencing Service Program (SSP), to keep that youth in the juvenile justice system.
The North Coast Journal explores the importance about pre-sentence investigation reports. Execuvite Director, Daniel Macallair, discusses this in detail in the article.
Attention youth advocates, probation officers, public defenders, and county placement agencies: CJCJ's Sentencing Service Program is pleased to announce the release of the 2012 edition of the Juvenile Placement Manual. The manual is a result of 27 years of effort by Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice staff to develop the best juvenile disposition options available. The manual contains updated and expanded information about approximately 150 residential placement options for juvenile…
The History of the Presentence Investigation Report, published in The Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice
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